Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Hesjedal’s TT position





MILAN, Italy (VN) — After three weeks of pink jersey hot potato, Sunday’s race of truth put forth its final judgment on the twin leaders of the Giro d’Italia. Ryder Hesjedal’s 16-second final margin is the smallest since 1974, proof positive that every second does indeed count.

The victory came on the back of the three Giro time trials, which balanced Joaquim Rodríguez’s (Katusha) early time bonuses and sharp final-kilometer attacks in Hesjedals’s (Garmin-Barracuda) favor. The Canadian took 47 seconds in the final TT, 14 seconds in the prologue, and his team took five seconds in the stage 4 team time trial. Without those 66 seconds, gained inch-by-inch in races against the clock, Hesjedal would have fallen to the Spaniard’s time bonuses and high-mountain attacks.

Position and equipment play a central role in time trials, and Hesjedal and the Garmin staff have been at work optimizing both since the lanky rider’s GC abilities were exposed in the 2010 Tour. Hesjedal’s time trial position has changed dramatically since that summer, resulting in lower drag figures and higher power output, according to Garmin’s director of sport science, Robby Ketchell.

“Being a really tall person like he is, tall and skinny, it’s hard to get aerodynamic,” Ketchell explained shortly before the 6’2”, 160-pound Hesjedal toed the start line in Milan. “We had to tweak things over time.”

Ketchell has played a key role in those tweaks, tackling the aerodynamic problems presented by a rider of Hesjedal’s stature. The two have spent hours in the wind tunnel and on the road with Ketchel’s BAT Box (basically a mobile drag calculator) over the past two years, making changes big and small to Hesjedal’s bike and position.

“The process evolved after the 2010 Tour de France, when we realized that he could do a good GC in a grand tour. We knew then that his time trial at the time was something he needed to focus on, so we set about optimizing his position,” Ketchell said.

In 2010, Hesjedal used a very wide arm stance, with his elbows situated almost directly in front of his knees and his head and neck hunched down in between them. The position was low, but not particularly narrow. Ketchell saw room for improvement.

In 2011, Hesjedal’s arm rests were raised and narrowed, bringing his elbows and hands closer together while also raising his arms a bit. Narrowing his frame decreased drag, even with the higher overall position. “Last year’s position was probably a mid-point between 2010 and now,” Ketchell explained. “We’ve just gradually gone to a more aero but also more relaxed position.”

Balanced against outright drag reduction is the need to maintain or improve power output. The fastest position in the wind tunnel won’t be the fastest on the road if the rider can’t produce the watts required.

Raising Hesjedal’s arm rests slightly allowed him to increase power output, while narrowing his arms didn’t decrease the watts produced. The result of the higher, narrower position was an improvement in both parts of the TT equation.

For this year, armrest height and width have remained the same, but Hesjedal has swapped to S-Bend bars to bring his hands up a bit higher. The Canadian is now more relaxed, more powerful, and more aerodynamic than ever.

“We’ve tried a lot of different things with the head and the shoulders but just found that when he’s relaxed he’s more efficient,” Ketchell continued. “He can produce a bit more power, and he’s more comfortable so he can focus on the effort.”

That effort, years of work on the part of both Hesjedal and the staff behind him, bore fruit on Sunday with the first-ever grand tour victory for Garmin, and Canada. But the optimization will only continue, now with an even more intimate awareness of the value of every second.

Monday, May 28, 2012





http://www.zipp.com/about/story.php?ID=466

Watch for plenty of time trial action at the inaugural Exergy Tour, which brings together top female cyclists May 24-28 for some intense racing in Idaho. While Idaho’s mountains loom large, the race also includes two crucial time trials – Thursday's 2 mile (3.2 km) prologue in Boise and Saturday's 10.4 mile (17 km) Stage 2 time trial in Kuna, Idaho.

The race is crucial for riders aiming for the London Olympics.Kristin Armstrong of Team Exergy TWENTY12 is looking to defend her gold medal in the time trial at the 2008 Beijing Games.

Kristin describes time trialing – where cyclists race alone against the clock -- in simple terms. “The time trial is the race of truth, so the strongest person will win,” said Kristin, who starts the Exergy Tour in her hometown of Boise. "There’s no hiding.”

But Kristin knows time trials are scientific as well. We had the opportunity to talk time-trial tech with Kristin just after she won last week’s Amgen Tour of California Women’s Time Trial Race presented by SRAM®, an 18.4 mile contest in Bakersfield, Calif. Here are excerpts:

Wheel choice of Zipp® 808 Firecrest® front and Zipp 900 Disc in rear:

“It allows me to be the most aerodynamic because it uses Firecrest technology in the front and lightweight in the back with my 900 Disc.”

Dealing with wind:

“You always have to consider the conditions out on the course. The cockpit is the most important part where I feel like I’m in control when it’s really windy. I like to keep the VukaBull base barsetup from Zipp. I always feel really comfortable when I’m in or out of the bars. My hands fit nicely with the SRAM shifters. It’s easy to shift on an undulating course.”

Aero position:

Kristin said comfort is key. Her hands are extended out onto the bar-end shifters. Her elbows are cradled into her VukaBull. “You want to stay as steady as possible while you’re out there time trialing.”

Gearing choice:

Kristin, whose Felt TT frame is equippied with SRAM RED - 2012, sees a big advantage with the SRAM RED 11-26 cassette. “It allows a huge variety for any kind of terrain, whether it’s a fast downhill in my 11 or I can minimize my (front) shifting and go to my 26 and still stay in my big ring.” In London, she expects to use 54-39 in the front.

London Olympic course:

“After doing some recon in London a month ago, I’ve already thought about my equipment choices. If I were to race London in a week, or tomorrow, my equipment choices would be exactly the same. I’d go with the 808 Firecrest front and the 900 Disc in the back and the VukaBull base bar and the SRAM shifters.”

Time-trial tips for the rest of us:

  1. Learn to focus.
  2. Be as steady as possible.
  3. Dig deeper than you ever have before. Determination.

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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Ryder Hesjedal Wins the Giro ... on a Cervelo P5



Canadian cyclist Ryder Hesjedal's victory Sunday, the first by a Canadian in any of cycling’s three marquee Grand Tours, came after 21 stages capped with a pair of gruelling days in the mountains

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Zabriskie takes seventh TT pro national title on a Cervelo P5



http://velonews.competitor.com/2012/05/news/zabriskie-repeats-as-tt-pro-national-champ-in-greenville_221244

GREENVILLE, South Carolina (VN) – Defending champion Dave Zabriskie (Garmin-Barracuda) has successfully defended his title the US Pro Time Trial Championship, covering the 20.7 mile course in Greenville, South Carolina in 40 minutes, 41 seconds.

The win is his seventh pro national TT championship.

BMC took the next two spots with Tejay van Garderen coming in second, after setting the fastest time earlier in the day, six seconds behind Zabriskie. Brent Bookwalter finished third in 41:08.

35 riders tackled the course at Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research in 90 plus degree heat.

Friday, May 25, 2012

SCNCA TTT Start Times

Start Time Bib Category License First Name Last Name Club Team Mates
7:31 1 2-Men 110+ 1254 Mark Ainslie Dan Empfield
7:32 2 2-Men 110+ 259387 Bruce DePriester Mike Kohn 249748 race age 50
7:33 3 2-Men 110+ 273962 joe kolling steve bernede 5/24/52 #126351
7:34 4 2-Men 110+ 202041 mark planellas Mark Planellas 202041, Ken Burns 95649
7:35 5 2-Men 110+ 288538 Mark Urlich Kenny Fuller #46765 age 64.
7:36 6 2-Men 110+ 69952 Robert Willcox Steve Hensler
7:37 7 2-Men 120+ 27851 Keith Peters Canyon Velo Hans Jorgensen
7:38 8 2-Men 120+ 48245 gary westerfield William Langstaff Age 65 License # 49334
7:39 9 2-Men 70+ 377183 josh alverson Jay LaRiviere #020386
7:40 10 2-Men 70+ 191422 Matthew Ford Sho-Air/Rock 'N Road Eben Benade
7:41 11 2-Men 70+ 191318 Anthony Restuccia Brian Duff, racing age 36
7:42 12 2-Men 90+ 53911 joseph buchanan "
Paul Wren"
7:43 13 2-Men 90+ 296478 robert burris Canyon Velo Ryan Mongan license # 178778 racing age 46, dob 06/25/1966
7:44 14 2-Men 90+ 239463 Johnny Dalton David Gibson Lic. No. 77451.
7:45 15 2-Men 90+ Mike Long Mike Dannelly.
7:46 16 2-Men 90+ 257050 Billy Wayne Matt McLaughlin
7:47 17 2-Men Open Brogan Bryant Brian Washburn (License # 378335)
7:48 18 2-Men Open 279388 connor mccutcheon Ryan Early
7:49 19 2-Men Open 332636 Tristan Orford Michael Kuehn (332606)
7:50 20 2-Men Open 305506 Alex Pristash Ryan Arnold USAC # 306014
7:51 21 2-Women Open 158365 melina bernecker Julie Cutts. License 236645
7:52 22 2-Women Open 341242 Rachel Holzer Kirsten Jackson, license no 339508, DOB 10/07/68
7:53 23 4-Men 140+ 315506 Chris Ayers "Dereck Butterfield - 5708
Max Hernandez - 182728
Paul Vaccari - 129753"
7:54 24 4-Men 140+ 9156 Chris DeMarchi "Karl Bordine
Phil Tintsman
Kirk Bausch"
7:55 25 4-Men 140+ 269508 Nick Gillock "Jeffrey Tuttle - Lic# 304743
Jaycee Cary - Lic# 287426
Yair Vetchtein - Lic# 289540
(All riders race for LaGrange)"
7:56 26 4-Men 140+ 28056 kevin phillips "Carlos Ristorcelli
Greg Lonergan
Vince DiMeglio"
7:57 27 4-Men 140+ 40300 Justin Shniderman "Scott Johnson (License # 246915)
Kenneth Korbel (License # 278244)
Martin Bjel (License # 3807)"
7:58 28 4-Men 180+ 219611 Kurt Bickel "Greg Fenton
Marvin Hall
Tom Kindberg"
7:59 29 4-Men 180+ 17814 andrew jessup, jr benny parks, todd parks, brien miller
8:00 30 4-Men 180+ 45582 Cleaveran Law "Gregory Page 73132
Todd Barker 59706
James Peacock 173203"
8:01 31 4-Men 180+ 129138 Greg Leibert Michael Hotten 2074023, Joseph Wenniger 151221, Robb Mesecher 263338
8:02 32 4-Men 220+ 170448 wayne harvey "Bruce Barrette DOB Oct. 14, 1956 (Race Age 56) USAC Lic#377901;
Ed Hidalgo DOB Mar 24, 1958 (54 yrs race age) USAC Lice 308215;
Joe Perry DOB SEpt 20, 1952 (Race Age 60) USAC Lic#264193"
8:03 33 4-Men 220+ 15625 Demi Hechanova Rick Bassett 177510, Charlie Stone 220274, Jeff Church 315858
8:04 34 4-Men 220+ 49080 Eddie Morris "Steven Strickler, racing age 52 #107274
Malcom Hill, racing age 56 #156650
Fred Hoblit, racing age 56 #16360"
8:05 35 4-Men 220+ 58847 Paul Rodriguez Kalman Szkalak 54522, Mike Mueller 46688, Scott Baker 203286
8:06 36 4-Men 220+ 177453 P (Fritz) Tomasello David Prechtl USAC# 56118 age 52. Gary Wall USAC#188986 age 52. James Nelms USAC# 69591 age 50.
8:07 37 4-Men 240+ 55047 Paul Leek Canyon Velo "Dick Wagner lic # 51108
Fernan Lozano lic# 170892
Ed Kissee lic# 65590"
8:08 38 4-Men 240+ 189814 Leo Longo "Bruce Steele DOB 4/13/47 Lic 236498
Rick Lilleberg DOB 1/4/47 Lic 64127
John McNulty DOB 3/16/63 Lic 50009"
8:09 39 4-Men Open 192686 Blake anton Team Clif Bar Cycling "Eric Losak 175239 Team Clif Bar Cycling
Miles LaMon 187271 Team Clif Bar Cycling
Tyler Wertenbruch 155433 Team Clif Bar Cycling"
8:10 40 4-Men Open 334172 Devin Arenas "Antonio Rossi
David Kennedy
Bailey Eckles"
8:11 41 4-Men Open 222116 James Esser "Jeremy Ayers - 318904
Tim Woo - 337644
Daniel Caldera - 337994"
8:12 42 4-Men Open 50287 Darrin Monroe "Espen Kateras 193942
Ben Eicholtz 00061
Ernie Lohman 212605"
8:13 43 4-Men Open 375622 Dusty Nabor "Chris Masilon
Eddy Roche
Dave Feldman"
8:14 44 4-Men Open 133656 Stuart Press "Shawn Daurelio 287621
Erick Sobey 316972
Adam Kruse 275284"
8:15 45 4-Men Open 365452 Scott Rollins "Steven Lada: 316524
Roger Ortiz: 305590
Greg Kogut: 303908"
8:16 46 4-Men Open 298053 Dana Skriver Jeff Block, Spencer Canon, Robert Shaw
8:17 47 4-Men Open 36313 Mike Vallender "Brian Zink - 263275
Scott Hammack - 178612
Logan Fiedler - 277371"
8:18 48 4-Men Open 270784 Brian Wilson Catalyst Racing "Richard Geraghty - 96506
Todd Struyk - 308718
Seth Graham - 283293
"
8:19 49 4-Men/Women Open 157173 Kurt Broadhag ..still need to get license for each
8:20 50 4-Men/Women Open 174173 Robert Minn "Lane Reid 271867
Tara Unverzagt 255337
Sarah Mattes 287844"
8:21 51 4-Men/Women Open 255240 Fiona Petersen "Troy Gielish (#285895)
Russell Shapley (#207867)
Anne Luhan (#289684)"
8:22 52 4-Women 140+ 208543 Alicia Silvera Velo Club LaGrange Trudi Schindler - #267658; Shelby Walters - #358720; Bee Eschenwald - #230267
8:23 53 4-Women 180+ 365429 Kelly McLaughlin "Avalon Jenkins License #288679
Alexandra Kummer License #273352
Bobbi King License #167267"
8:24 54 4-Women 180+ 3265 christina ricafort "Amy Hutner #50234 Age: 50
Mimi Shean #140934 Ae: 56
Mary Jane Bouman #375336 Age: 34"
8:25 55 4-Women 220+ 12917 Jill Gass "Angie Bell 09/05/1954 #172401
Anne Chen 08/08/1953 # 278913
Michelle LaPierre 03/03/1968 #200124"
8:26 56 4-Women 220+ 54338 Julie Kaplan Lynette Rock, Adrienne Brian & Laura Lindgren
8:27 57 4-Women Open 7113 Ruth Clemence "Dotsie Bausch
Amber Gaffney
Lisa Campbell
"

Thursday, May 24, 2012

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Monday, May 21, 2012

Calculate Aerodynamic Drag: Part II







Aerodynamics

Every bicyclist has to overcome wind resistance. Most recreational bicycles in which the rider sits up have very poor aerodynamics. While newer bicycles are being designed with better aerodynamics in mind, the human body is simply not well designed to slice through the air. Bicycle racers are aware of the problem of wind resistance and over the years have developed techniques for reducing it. Bicycle designers and inventors have experimented in developing alternative bicycle designs and HPVs (human- powered vehicles) with an emphasis on better aerodynamic performance.


Charley "Mile-a-Minute" Murphy was an early cycling racer. His "mile-a-minute" feat was accomplished in 1899. At that time he traveled faster than the fastest automobile. Notice the large windscreen on the train in front of him which greatly reduced wind resistance.
BICYCLE INSTITUTE OF AMERICA

Wind Resistance

Every cyclist who has ever pedaled into a stiff headwind knows about wind resistance. It's exhausting! In order to move forward, the cyclist must push through the mass of air in front of her. This takes energy. Aerodynmaic efficiency--a streamlined shape that cuts through the air more smoothly--enables a cyclist to travel much faster, with less effort. But the faster the cyclist goes, the more wind resistance he experiences, and the more energy he must exert to overcome it. When racing cyclists aim to reach high speeds, they focus not only on greater power, which has its human limitations, but also on greater aerodynamic efficiency.

Aerodynamic drag consists of two forces: air pressure drag and direct friction (also known as surface friction or skin friction). A blunt, irregular object disturbs the air flowing around it, forcing the air to separate from the object's surface. Low pressure regions from behind the object result in a pressure drag against the object. With high pressure in the front, and low pressure behind, the cyclist is literally being pulled backwards. Streamlined designs help the air close more smoothly around these bodies and reduce pressure drag. Direct friction occurs when wind comes into contact with the outer surface of the rider and the bicycle. Racing cyclists often wear "skinsuits" in order to reduce direct friction. Direction friction is less of a factor than air pressure drag.


On a flat road, aerodynamic drag is by far the greatest barrier to a cyclist's speed, accounting for 70 to 90 percent of the resistance felt when pedaling. The only greater obstacle is climbing up a hill: the effort needed to pedal a bike uphill against the force of gravity far outweighs the effect of wind resistance.

Calculate the Aerodynamic Drag and Propulsive Power of a Bicyclist

Fill in the information in the boxes.

Velocity is your velocity (mi/hr) as read on a speedometer.
+ (plus) is forward
- (minus) is backward.

Wind velocity (mi/hr) is - (minus) if it is a tailwind, + (plus) if it is a headwind (relative to the ground).

Weight is in pounds.

Grade is the angle of the slope. 0 is flat, 90 is a vertical wall.

Click on the "Calculate" button.

Notice the drag force and power required to keep you moving at a constant velocity.

Your velocityWind velocityYour weightGrade

mi/hr

mi/hr

pounds

degrees

The relative velocity is

meters/sec

The drag is

Newtons

The power required to maintain a constant
velocity is

Watts

or


mi/hr

or

Calories per minute

This calculation requires a JavaScript-capable browser.


Notes on the calculator:
Please be aware that we've made some assumptions in order to simplify this calculation. For instance, this calculator does not take into account the body position (or size) of the rider in regard to wind resistance. In addition, other factors, such as the coefficient of friction are fixed. Also, if you put in "unrealistic" figures you will get unrealistic results. Finally, please be aware that the "Calories per minute" figure is assuming that the human body is 100 percent efficient--this is not the case (20 percent efficiency is closer). For a more accurate figure try multiplying the "Calories per minute" by a factor of five.


Reducing resistance

Frame builders and designers have been working on creating more aerodynamically efficient designs. Some recent designs have concentrated on shifting from round tubes to oval or tear-shaped tubes. There is a delicate balancing act between maintaining a good strength-to-weight ratio while improving aerodynamic efficiency. Improvements to wheels have made perhaps the biggest impact. A standard spoked wheel has been described as an "egg beater," creating many small eddies as the tire rotates--creating drag. Disc wheels, while generally heavier than their spoked counterparts, produce less wind drag and turbulence when they spin.

Aerodynamic Frame
This racing frame uses tear-shaped tubes
to reduce drag.


While improvements to frames and components have improved aerodynamic performance, the cyclist is the largest obstacle to dramatic improvement. The human body is not very streamlined. Body positioning is important; road cyclists use "drop bars" to allow themselves to reduce their frontal area, which helps reduce the amount of resistance they must overcome. Reducing the frontal area helps riders increase their speed and their efficiency over time. In addition to positioning, small details like clothing can also make a big difference in reducing "skin friction." Tight-fitting synthetic clothing is worn by almost every professional rider, both road and mountain. Many recreational riders are also wearing bicycle clothes for the improvement in aerodynamics as well as comfort.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Cervelo P5 - Zabriskie dominates stage 5 TT at Amgen Tour of California, takes yellow jersey




http://velonews.competitor.com/2012/05/ news/zabriskie-dominates-stage-5-tt-at-amgen-tour-of-california-takes-yellow-jersey-van-garderen-second-on-gc_219365

http://velonews.competitor.com/2012/05/news/clarity-questions-for-amgen-tour-gc-after-bakersfield-time-trial_219439

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Fiesta Island Time Trial May 13th 20K Individual Time Trial Results





Place Bib # First Name Last Name Sex (M/F) Race Age Category Team/Club Number of Laps Offical Time (min:sec) Avg. Speed (MPH)
Youth 9 + Under
1 2 Michael Guerrero M 9 Youth 9+under 1 16:00 15.53
2 1 Luisa Gonzalez F 7 Youth 9+under Acqua Al 2/SDBC 1 DNS DNS
3

Junior Girls 10-12
1 3 Lauren Stack F 11 Junior Girls 10-12 GS Adams Ave Bikes 1 12:11 20.40
2
3

Junior Girls 13-14
1
2 No Racers
3

Junior Girls 15-16
1
2 No Racers
3

Junior Girls 17-18
1
2 No Racers
3

Junior Boys 10-12
1 4 Jaden Dillon M 10 Junior Boys 10-12 1 12:50 19.37
2 6 Liam Armitage M 12 Junior Boys 10-12 1 13:27 18.48
3 5 Christopher Stearns M 11 Junior Boys 10-12 Acqua Al 2/SDBC 1 DNS -

Junior Boys 13-14
1 8 Austin CROYET M 14 Junior Boys 13-14 Acqua Al 2/SDBC 2 19:36 25.36
2 7 jack agnew M 14 Junior Boys 13-14 ironfly 2 36:46 13.52
3

Junior Boys 15-16
1 10 Brian Stack M 15 Junior Boys 15-16 GS Adams Ave Bikes 3 30:55 24.12
2 9 Bailey Eckles M 15 Junior Boys 15-16 PAA/Remax 3 31:08 23.95
3 11 Robert Freeman M 15 Junior Boys 15-16 3 34:03 21.90

Junior Boys 17-18
1 12 Justin Dillon M 17 Junior Boys 17-18 Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 3 32:06 23.23
2 13 Kyle Torres M 18 Junior Boys 17-18 Team Specialized Racing Juniors 3 DNS -
3

Women 19+
1 133 Greta Neimanas F 24 Women 19+ Exergy TWENTY12 3 29:52 24.97
2 132 Courtney Hall F 28 Women 19+ 3 DNS -
3

Women 30+
1 130 Jennifer Ward F 32 Women 30+ LAVA Magazine 3 29:36 25.19
2 122 Tanja Canter F 39 Women 30+ LegUp Personal Training 3 31:26 23.72
3 129 cheryl sweeney F 32 Women 30+ la grange 3 32:34 22.90
4 127 Sarah Munoz F 36 Women 30+ Iron fly 3 33:07 22.52
5 131 cherie faucon F 30 Women 30+ 3 33:45 22.09
6 128 Laura Sobchik F 32 Women 30+ 3 34:14 21.78
7 125 heather catchpole F 37 Women 30+ Ptuning 3 34:42 21.49
8 124 Kelly Smith F 38 Women 30+ 3 35:07 21.23
9 126 Evangeline Gersich F 37 Women 30+ LegUp Personal Training 3 38:22 19.43
10 123 Donna Phelan F 39 Women 30+ 3 DNS -

Women 40+
1 120 Annamarie Bezzerides F 43 Women 40+ Training Transition 3 31:28 23.70
2 121 Susan Zody F 43 Women 40+ 3 34:07 21.86
3 119 Renee Ramsdell F 44 Women 40+ LegUp Personal Training 3 34:54 21.37

Women 50+
1 118 KEALOHA NICHOLES F 54 Women 50+ SouthBay Wheelmen 3 35:25 21.05
2 117 Monique Beauchamp F 57 Women 50+ 3 DNS -
3

Women 60+
1 116 Lan Tran F 61 Women 60+ San Diego Cyclovets 3 34:32 21.59
2 115 Sheridan Bentson F 69 Women 60+ Grand Masters Cycling 3 35:29 21.01
3 114 Patricia A Baker F 73 Women 60+ CalPacificExpPackers/LV 3 42:11 17.68

Men 19+
1 106 airey baringer M 30 Men 19+ ViaSat 3 25:47 28.92
2 113 Josh Lapacik M 21 Men 19+ Whole Athlete/Specialized 3 28:17 26.36
3 108 Kosuke Amano M 28 Men 19+ 3 29:14 25.51
4 109 Nick Baker M 28 Men 19+ 3 31:26 23.72
5 112 Nicholas Gomez M 23 Men 19+ 3 32:10 23.18
6 107 Matt Syrie M 30 Men 19+ Mission Hills Bikes 3 32:56 22.64
7 110 robert ycedo M 27 Men 19+ 3 35:50 20.81
8 76 Nick Adamo M 19 Men 19+ 3 36:25 20.48

Masters 30+
1 103 seth graham M 34 Masters 30+ Catalyst 3 28:44 25.95
2 98 Max Fryar M 39 Masters 30+ Hi-Tech Bikes 3 29:03 25.67
3 100 Justin Forbes M 38 Masters 30+ Men of Steel Racing 3 30:28 24.47
4 105 Erich Ess M 30 Masters 30+ 3 34:06 21.87
5 101 Aytunc Atabek M 37 Masters 30+ 3 34:33 21.58
6 104 John Ruppman M 32 Masters 30+ 3 34:44 21.47
7 99 Michael Daney M 38 Masters 30+ None 3 36:16 20.56
8 102 Robert Murray M 37 Masters 30+ Moment Cycle Sport 3 DNS -

Masters 40+
1 82 Gary Hanson M 48 Masters 40+ Franco/USMC Wounded Warrior Regiment 3 27:21 27.26
2 94 salvatore cefalu M 43 Masters 40+ Cal Giant Berry Farms 3 27:21 27.26
3 87 Max Affarano M 46 Masters 40+ Unattached 3 27:48 26.82
4 85 Erich Schenk M 47 Masters 40+ CA Pools/CFS Mortgage 3 27:52 26.76
5 81 Rich Walsh M 49 Masters 40+ ViaSat 3 28:24 26.26
6 80 STUART ANDERSON M 49 Masters 40+ ACQUA AL DUE/SDBC 3 28:35 26.09
7 88 Nick Armitage M 46 Masters 40+ 3 29:08 25.59
8 93 KEVIN NICHOLES M 45 Masters 40+ SouthBay Wheelmen 3 29:43 25.09
9 96 Eric Ward M 42 Masters 40+ unattached 3 30:15 24.65
10 90 Jose Cepeda M 45 Masters 40+ Crank Cycling 3 30:45 24.25
11 84 Kawika Ohumukini M 47 Masters 40+ AQUA AL 2/SDBC 3 31:13 23.89
12 83 Seph Watson M 48 Masters 40+ Aqua Al 2 SDBC 3 33:11 22.47
13 95 Martin Gonzalez M 42 Masters 40+ Acqua Al 2/SDBC 3 33:34 22.21
14 89 Rolly Roup M 46 Masters 40+ 3 34:44 21.47
15 91 Mel Guerrero M 45 Masters 40+ 3 43:24 17.18
16 86 JONATHAN SHAPIRO M 47 Masters 40+ Simple Green/ Bike Religion 3 DNS -
17 97 Casey McKinney M 41 Masters 40+ Camp Pendleton Triathlon Team 3 DNS -
18 92 Chris Maund M 45 Masters 40+ 3 DNS -

Masters 50+
1 78 joaquin blanco M 50 Masters 50+ HDEZ RACING 3 28:28 26.19
2 58 Bob Rosemeyer M 58 Masters 50+ Wolfpack 3 28:45 25.94
3 61 MICHAEL HOLCOMB M 56 Masters 50+ San Diego Cyclo Vets 3 29:02 25.68
4 65 Tony Darr M 54 Masters 50+ CAPools / CFS Mortgage 3 29:04 25.65
5 64 Joe Adelizzi M 54 Masters 50+ 3 29:51 24.98
6 75 Steve Schmidt M 52 Masters 50+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3 29:59 24.87
7 70 Mike Chavarria M 53 Masters 50+ 3 29:59 24.87
8 79 Scott Gilbert M 50 Masters 50+ Donny's Cafe Cycling Club 3 30:24 24.53
9 77 Roger Drews M 51 Masters 50+ 3 30:31 24.43
10 57 steven turner M 59 Masters 50+ san diego cyclovets 3 31:02 24.03
11 69 David Boos M 53 Masters 50+ 3 31:07 23.96
12 63 Kevin Prochaska M 55 Masters 50+ 3 31:16 23.85
13 73 Andy Fichthorn M 52 Masters 50+ 3 31:16 23.85
14 59 Buzz Burnett M 57 Masters 50+ Hi-Tech Bikes 3 31:35 23.61
15 68 D.J. Rausa M 54 Masters 50+ Sub-5 3 33:13 22.45
16 72 Achim Krauss M 53 Masters 50+ 3 33:42 22.13
17 67 Leon Mack M 54 Masters 50+ ACQU AL 2 / SDBC 3 36:42 20.32
18 74 Kevin Hunter M 52 Masters 50+ ViaSat 3 DNS -
19 60 John Adamo M 55 Masters 50+ 3 DNS -

Masters 60+
1 55 William Langstaff M 65 Masters 60+ Simple Green 3 29:30 25.28
2 50 Butch Richardson M 69 Masters 60+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3 29:44 25.08
3 54 Gerald Agnew M 65 Masters 60+ Ironly 3 29:52 24.97
4 53 Michael Jenkins M 66 Masters 60+ G.S. Adams Avenue Bikes 3 31:05 23.99
5 52 Richard Haase M 68 Masters 60+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3 31:06 23.98
6 56 Nicolas Reveles M 64 Masters 60+ Crank Cycling 3 34:15 21.77
7 49 Martin Katz M 70 Masters 60+ 3 34:40 21.51
8 51 Calvin Allen M 68 Masters 60+ S D B C 3 35:11 21.19

Masters 70+
1 48 Daniel Wulbert M 71 Masters 70+ UCCyclery/JW Flooring 3 30:00 24.85
2 47 Robert Kenner M 73 Masters 70+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3 31:25 23.73
3 44 Leon Sowers M 75 Masters 70+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3 32:39 22.84
4 45 George Carter M 74 Masters 70+ Nuvisions Graphic Designs 3 32:56 22.64
5 46 VICTOR CONAWAY M 73 Masters 70+ 3 38:44 19.25
6 43 John Bentson M 75 Masters 70+ Grand Masters Cycling 3 40:26 18.44
7 42 JOHN SANMARTINI M 83 Masters 70+ VELO AVANTI 3 47:49 15.59

Men Cat 4/5
1 140 Jeffrey Martin M 31 Cat 4/5 Team Semper Fi 3 26:58 27.65
2 71 George Gutierrez M 28 Cat 4/5 3 27:30 27.11
3 136 todd struyk M 46 Cat 4/5 Catalyst Racing 3 28:45 25.94
4 138 Greg Kogut M 39 Cat 4/5 Moment Cycle Sport 3 28:46 25.92
5 143 David Su M 25 Cat 4/5 3 28:58 25.74
6 135 Steve Fish M 55 Cat 4/5 Bicycle Service Center, Hemet 3 29:19 25.43
7 139 David Arida M 36 Cat 4/5 3 29:47 25.04
8 141 Brandon Staddan M 28 Cat 4/5 3 30:10 24.72
9 62 Daniel Coronado M 27 Cat 4/5 3 30:23 24.54
10 142 Cogen Nelson M 27 Cat 4/5 Team Semper Fi 3 32:39 22.84
11 134 Fernando Rivera M 58 Cat 4/5 Major Motion Cycling Club 3 40:15 18.53
12 137 E.J. Inigo M 42 Cat 4/5 Moment Cycle Sport 3 DNS -

Men Cat 3
1 146 Brian Quan M 30 Cat 3 Catalyst Racing 3 29:03 25.67
2 145 Matthew Bigos M 30 Cat 3 RIDE Cyclery 3 33:08 22.50
3 144 Jeffrey Ishmael M 45 Cat 3 Surf City Cyclery 3 DNS -

Men Cat 1/2
1 148 Dustin Whitson M 29 Cat 1/2 Holland's Bicycles 3 27:13 27.40
2 149 Lucas Binder M 23 Cat 1/2 SPY-Swamis 3 DNS DNS
3 147 Gary Tingley M 39 Cat 1/2 Sho-Air/Rock N' Road 3 DNS DNS

Mens Merckx
1 35 Larry Murray M 51 Merckx 3 29:45 25.06
2 111 Adam Beck M 34 Merckx 3 30:07 24.76
3 40 Matt Maxfeldt M 30 Merckx Crank Cycling 3 31:52 23.40
4 34 victor hupp M 51 Merckx Acqua al 2 /sdbc 3 34:13 21.79
5 36 James Eitelberg M 44 Merckx San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3 35:42 -24.85
6 33 Joseph Vilella M 61 Merckx San Diego Bicycle Club 3 35:49 20.82
7 39 Adam Giesey M 30 Merckx SDBC 3 36:32 20.41
8 37 Adam Plummer M 42 Merckx 3 DNF -
9 38 Kevin Dean M 34 Merckx 3 DNF -
10 41 David Baar M 26 Merckx 3 DNS -

Para-Cyclists
1 24 Steven Peace M 38 Para-Cyclists B&L 3 36:57 20.18
2 23 harold bostick M 43 Para-Cyclists paralyzed veterans racing 3 40:41 18.33
3 25 Delmon Dunston M 34 Para-Cyclists PossAbilities 3 47:57 15.55
4 22 FRED LIEBEL M 58 Para-Cyclists 3 DNF -

Tandems
1 32 Shawn Olin M 36 Tandems US Military Cycling 3 26:09 28.51
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Recumbents / HPV
1 27 Larry Lem M 51 Recumbents / HPV WISIL Recumbents 3 27:16 27.35
2 30 Chris Sandmel M 29 Recumbents / HPV 3 29:28 25.30
3 29 Octavio Ramirez M 37 Recumbents / HPV CAF 3 45:02 16.56
4 26 Peter Michelson M 54 Recumbents / HPV 3 49:57 14.93
5 28 Allan Jones M 38 Recumbents / HPV CAF 3 54:01 13.80

40k Option
1 18 John Torres M 52 40k Option sho air 6 1:01:26 24.27
2 20 Jodi Hays F 48 40k Option HERevolution 6 1:03:45 23.39
3 15 bryan plank M 65 40k Option 6 1:06:26 22.45
4 16 Robert Kaplan M 63 40k Option San Diego Cyclo-Vets 6 DNF -
5 17 Mark Yegsigian M 55 40k Option 6 DNF -
6 21 jon bowskill M 37 40k Option 6 DNF -
7 19 Craig Schnese M 50 40k Option 6 DNF -

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Sunday's Fiesta Island TT start list is now posted





Start Time Bib Num FirstName LastName Gender Age Category Club/Team Name Laps
7:00:30 1 Luisa Gonzalez F 7 Youth 9+under Acqua Al 2/SDBC 1
7:01:00 2 Michael Guerrero M 9 Youth 9+under 1
7:01:30 3 Lauren Stack F 11 Junior Girls 10-12 GS Adams Ave Bikes 1
7:02:00 4 Jaden Dillon M 10 Junior Boys 10-12 1
7:02:30 5 Christopher Stearns M 11 Junior Boys 10-12 SDBC 1
7:03:00 6 Liam Armitage M 12 Junior Boys 10-12 1
7:03:30 7 jack agnew M 14 Junior Boys 13-14 ironfly 2
7:04:00 8 Austin CROYET M 14 Junior Boys 13-14 SDBC 2
7:04:30 9 Bailey Eckles M 15 Junior Boys 15-16 PAA/Remax 3
7:05:00 10 Brian Stack M 15 Junior Boys 15-16 GS Adams Ave Bikes 3
7:05:30 11 Robert Freeman M 16 Junior Boys 15-16 3
7:06:00 12 Justin Dillon M 17 Junior Boys 17-18 Team Simple Green/Bike Religion 3
7:06:30 13 Kyle Torres M 18 Junior Boys 17-18 Team Specialized Racing Juniors 3
7:07:00 14
7:07:30 15 bryan plank M 65 40k Option 6
7:08:00 16 Robert Kaplan M 63 40k Option San Diego Cyclo-Vets 6
7:08:30 17 Mark Yegsigian M 55 40k Option 6
7:09:00 18 John Torres M 52 40k Option sho air 6
7:09:30 19 Craig Schnese M 50 40k Option 6
7:10:00 20 Jodi Hays F 48 40k Option HERevolution 6
7:10:30 21 jon bowskill M 37 40k Option 6
7:11:00 22 FRED LIEBEL M 58 Para-Cyclists 3
7:11:30 23 harold bostick M 43 Para-Cyclists paralyzed veterans racing 3
7:12:00 24 Steven Peace M 38 Para-Cyclists B&L 3
7:12:30 25 Delmon Dunston M 34 Para-Cyclists PossAbilities 3
7:13:00 26 Peter Michelson M 54 Recumbents / HPV 3
7:13:30 27 Larry Lem M 51 Recumbents / HPV WISIL Recumbents 3
7:14:00 28 Allan Jones M 38 Recumbents / HPV CAF 3
7:14:30 29 Octavio Ramirez M 37 Recumbents / HPV CAF 3
7:15:00 30 Chris Sandmel M 29 Recumbents / HPV 3
7:15:30 31
7:16:00 32 Shawn Olin M 36 Tandems US Military Cycling 3
7:16:30 33 Joseph Vilella M 61 Merckx San Diego Bicycle Club 3
7:17:00 34 victor hupp M 51 Merckx Acqua al 2 /sdbc 3
7:17:30 35 Larry Murray M 51 Merckx 3
7:18:00 36 James Eitelberg M 44 Merckx San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3
7:18:30 37 Adam Plummer M 42 Merckx 3
7:19:00 38 Kevin Dean M 34 Merckx 3
7:19:30 39 Adam Giesey M 30 Merckx SDBC 3
7:20:00 40 Matt Maxfeldt M 30 Merckx Crank Cycling 3
7:20:30 41 David Baar M 26 Merckx 3
7:21:00 42 JOHN SANMARTINI M 83 Masters 70+ VELO AVANTI 3
7:21:30 43 John Bentson M 75 Masters 70+ Grand Masters Cycling 3
7:22:00 44 Leon Sowers M 75 Masters 70+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3
7:22:30 45 George Carter M 74 Masters 70+ Nuvisions Graphic Designs 3
7:23:00 46 VICTOR CONAWAY M 73 Masters 70+ 3
7:23:30 47 Robert Kenner M 73 Masters 70+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3
7:24:00 48 Daniel Wulbert M 71 Masters 70+ UCCyclery/JW Flooring 3
7:24:30 49 Martin Katz M 70 Masters 60+ 3
7:25:00 50 Butch Richardson M 69 Masters 60+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3
7:25:30 51 Calvin Allen M 68 Masters 60+ S D B C 3
7:26:00 52 Richard Haase M 68 Masters 60+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3
7:26:30 53 Michael Jenkins M 66 Masters 60+ G.S. Adams Avenue Bikes 3
7:27:00 54 Gerald Agnew M 65 Masters 60+ Ironly 3
7:27:30 55 William Langstaff M 65 Masters 60+ Simple Green 3
7:28:00 56 Nicolas Reveles M 64 Masters 60+ Crank Cycling 3
7:28:30 57 steven turner M 59 Masters 50+ san diego cyclovets 3
7:29:00 58 Bob Rosemeyer M 58 Masters 50+ Wolfpack 3
7:29:30 59 Buzz Burnett M 57 Masters 50+ Hi-Tech Bikes 3
7:30:00 60 Terry Corl M 57 Masters 50+ ACQUA AL 2/SDBC 3
7:30:30 61 MICHAEL HOLCOMB M 56 Masters 50+ San Diego Cyclo Vets 3
7:31:00 62 John DiSano M 55 Masters 50+ 3
7:31:30 63 Kevin Prochaska M 55 Masters 50+ 3
7:32:00 64 Joe Adelizzi M 54 Masters 50+ 3
7:32:30 65 Tony Darr M 54 Masters 50+ CAPools / CFS Mortgage 3
7:33:00 66
7:33:30 67 Leon Mack M 54 Masters 50+ ACQU AL 2 / SDBC 3
7:34:00 68 D.J. Rausa M 54 Masters 50+ Sub-5 3
7:34:30 69 David Boos M 53 Masters 50+ 3
7:35:00 70 Mike Chavarria M 53 Masters 50+ 3
7:35:30 71 Chris Harrell M 53 Masters 50+ Bear Valley Bikes 3
7:36:00 72 Achim Krauss M 53 Masters 50+ 3
7:36:30 73 Andy Fichthorn M 52 Masters 50+ 3
7:37:00 74 Kevin Hunter M 52 Masters 50+ ViaSat 3
7:37:30 75 Steve Schmidt M 52 Masters 50+ San Diego Cyclo-Vets 3
7:38:00 76 Scott Baker M 51 Masters 50+ UC Cyclery/JW Flooring 3
7:38:30 77 Roger Drews M 51 Masters 50+ 3
7:39:00 78 joaquin blanco M 50 Masters 50+ HDEZ RACING 3
7:39:30 79 Scott Gilbert M 50 Masters 50+ Donny's Cafe Cycling Club 3
7:40:00 80 STUART ANDERSON M 49 Masters 40+ ACQUA AL DUE/SDBC 3
7:40:30 81 Rich Walsh M 49 Masters 40+ ViaSat 3
7:41:00 82 Gary Hanson M 48 Masters 40+ Franco/USMC Wounded Warrior Regiment 3
7:41:30 83 Seph Watson M 48 Masters 40+ Aqua Al 2 SDBC 3
7:42:00 84 Kawika Ohumukini M 47 Masters 40+ AQUA AL 2/SDBC 3
7:42:30 85 Erich Schenk M 47 Masters 40+ CA Pools/CFS Mortgage 3
7:43:00 86 JONATHAN SHAPIRO M 47 Masters 40+ Simple Green/ Bike Religion 3
7:43:30 87 Max Affarano M 46 Masters 40+ Unattached 3
7:44:00 88 Nick Armitage M 46 Masters 40+ 3
7:44:30 89 Rolly Roup M 46 Masters 40+ 3
7:45:00 90 Jose Cepeda M 45 Masters 40+ Crank Cycling 3
7:45:30 91 Mel Guerrero M 45 Masters 40+ 3
7:46:00 92 Chris Maund M 45 Masters 40+ 3
7:46:30 93 KEVIN NICHOLES M 45 Masters 40+ SouthBay Wheelmen 3
7:47:00 94 salvatore cefalu M 43 Masters 40+ Cal Giant Berry Farms 3
7:47:30 95 Martin Gonzalez M 42 Masters 40+ Acqua Al 2/SDBC 3
7:48:00 96 Eric Ward M 42 Masters 40+ unattached 3
7:48:30 97 Casey McKinney M 41 Masters 40+ Camp Pendleton Triathlon Team 3
7:49:00 98 Max Fryar M 39 Masters 30+ Hi-Tech Bikes 3
7:49:30 99 Michael Daney M 38 Masters 30+ None 3
7:50:00 100 Justin Forbes M 38 Masters 30+ Men of Steel Racing 3
7:50:30 101 Aytunc Atabek M 37 Masters 30+ 3
7:51:00 102 Robert Murray M 37 Masters 30+ Moment Cycle Sport 3
7:51:30 103 seth graham M 34 Masters 30+ Catalyst 3
7:52:00 104 John Ruppman M 32 Masters 30+ 3
7:52:30 105 Erich Ess M 30 Masters 30+ 3
7:53:00 106 airey baringer M 30 Men 19+ ViaSat 3
7:53:30 107 Matt Syrie M 30 Men 19+ Mission Hills Bikes 3
7:54:00 108 Kosuke Amano M 28 Men 19+ 3
7:54:30 109 Nick Baker M 28 Men 19+ 3
7:55:00 110 robert ycedo M 27 Men 19+ 3
7:55:30 111 Keith Butsko M 25 Men 19+ B+L Bike & Sports 3
7:56:00 112 Nicholas Gomez M 23 Men 19+ 3
7:56:30 113 Josh Lapacik M 21 Men 19+ Whole Athlete/Specialized 3
7:57:00 114 Patricia A Baker F 73 Women 60+ CalPacificExpPackers/LV 3
7:57:30 115 Sheridan Bentson F 69 Women 60+ Grand Masters Cycling 3
7:58:00 116 Lan Tran F 61 Women 60+ San Diego Cyclovets 3
7:58:30 117 Monique Beauchamp F 57 Women 50+ 3
7:59:00 118 KEALOHA NICHOLES F 54 Women 50+ SouthBay Wheelmen 3
7:59:30 119 Renee Ramsdell F 44 Women 40+ LegUp Personal Training 3
8:00:00 120 Annamarie Bezzerides F 43 Women 40+ Training Transition 3
8:00:30 121 Susan Zody F 43 Women 40+ 3
8:01:00 122 Tanja Canter F 39 Women 30+ LegUp Personal Training 3
8:01:30 123 Donna Phelan F 39 Women 30+ 3
8:02:00 124 Kelly Smith F 38 Women 30+ 3
8:02:30 125 heather catchpole F 37 Women 30+ Ptuning 3
8:03:00 126 Evangeline Gersich F 37 Women 30+ LegUp Personal Training 3
8:03:30 127 Sarah Munoz F 36 Women 30+ Iron fly 3
8:04:00 128 Laura Sobchik F 32 Women 30+ 3
8:04:30 129 cheryl sweeney F 32 Women 30+ la grange 3
8:05:00 130 Jennifer Ward F 32 Women 30+ LAVA Magazine 3
8:05:30 131 cherie faucon F 30 Women 30+ 3
8:06:00 132 Courtney Hall F 28 Women 19+ 3
8:06:30 133 Greta Neimanas F 24 Women 19+ Exergy TWENTY12 3
8:07:00 134 Fernando Rivera M 58 Cat 4/5 Major Motion Cycling Club 3
8:07:30 135 Steve Fish M 55 Cat 4/5 Bicycle Service Center, Hemet 3
8:08:00 136 todd struyk M 46 Cat 4/5 Catalyst Racing 3
8:08:30 137 E.J. Inigo M 42 Cat 4/5 Moment Cycle Sport 3
8:09:00 138 Greg Kogut M 39 Cat 4/5 Moment Cycle Sport 3
8:09:30 139 David Arida M 36 Cat 4/5 3
8:10:00 140 Jeffrey Martin M 31 Cat 4/5 Team Semper Fi 3
8:10:30 141 Brandon Staddan M 28 Cat 4/5 3
8:11:00 142 Cogen Nelson M 27 Cat 4/5 Team Semper Fi 3
8:11:30 143 David Su M 25 Cat 4/5 3
8:12:00 144 Jeffrey Ishmael M 45 Cat 3 Surf City Cyclery 3
8:12:30 145 Matthew Bigos M 30 Cat 3 RIDE Cyclery 3
8:13:00 146 Brian Quan M 30 Cat 3 Catalyst Racing 3
8:13:30 147 Gary Tingley M 39 Cat 1/2 Sho-Air/Rock N' Road 3
8:14:00 148 Dustin Whitson M 29 Cat 1/2 Holland's Bicycles 3
8:14:30 149 Lucas Binder M 23 Cat 1/2 SPY-Swamis 3
8:15:00 150 3